THURSDAY JANUARY 10, 1985 – SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1985
Concrete Sculptures was an exhibition of molded and poured concrete works by artist Rebecca Martin. Using a medium that dominated post-World War II cityscapes, Martin subverted the monumentality normally associated with concrete through sculptures of amorphous and organic forms. The exhibition provided an alternative perspective medium often overlooked for its urban ubiquity.
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ABBYY FineReader 11.0 (Extended OCR)
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